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Ohakim appoints Ndubuoke Heartland GM

By Chidi Nkwopara, Owerri

The newly appointed General Manager of Heartland Football Club of Owerri, Chief Fan Ndubuoke, says he will do his best to transform the soccer outfit into a model cub in Nigeria.

Chief Ndubuoke, who made the pledge when he spoke to sports writers on arrival in Owerri to commence his new assignment, also affirmed that the job was tasking but not insurmountable.

Answering another question, Ndubuoke, who was former National Chairman of Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN), insisted that Heartland had what it takes to be a dominant club in the country and his regime will ensure just that.

He commended Governor Ikedi Ohakim for giving them the opportunity to serve Imo State in the present capacity, promising that they would not fail.

Sports Vanguard recalls that a Government House, Owerri, press statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Henry Ekpe, gave the names of other members of the Committee as Chief Ignatius Okeahialam, Chief Willie Amadi, Deacon Kieran Onwuzuruike, Chief Lemmy Akakem, Chief Michael Obi and Mr. Harry Awurumibe.


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